Synonyms for darake or Related words with darake

inochi              jikenbo              unmei              hanazakari              hanayome              ashiato              okite              nanatsu              hajimete              otona              tsukiyo              hajimari              wakare              onnatachi              danshi              futatsu              tatakai              tameni              shinjitsu              ichizoku              itoshi              susume              kimitachi              kanashimi              natsuyasumi              kamisama              maboroshi              barairo              chikai              kakera              okiniiri              aiyoku              tsuma              hitobito              naisho              suiri              yoake              kekkon              koibito              bokutachi              yakata              hoshizora              omoi              tsuioku              hyakunen              musuko              hatachi              kiseki              kokuhaku              hitohira             

Examples of "darake"
Two versions of "C'mon" were released: a CD-only version, and a limited edition version which also includes a DVD featuring promotional music video clips for "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo," "Don't Wanna Lie," and the album's title track.
It was after the age of 20 when his career as an actor finally took off. His first major drama was in 1974, called Kizu Darake no Tenshi (Battered Angel).
"Koihime Musō: Doki Otome Darake no Sangokushi Engi" has made several transitions to other media. A manga adaptation by Japanese illustrator Yayoi Hizuki was first serialized in the Japanese magazine "Dengeki G's Festival! Comic" on April 26, 2008. An anime adaptation produced by Dogakobo began broadcasting on July 8, 2008, and several seasons have continued.
Born in Tokyo, Onchi graduated from Keio University and joined the Toho studios. He debuted as a director with "Wakai ōkami" (1961), and first made a name for himself directing youth films such as "Izu no odoriko" (1967). After turning freelance, he also worked in Japanese television, serving for instance as the main director for "Kizu darake no tenshi", an influential TV drama from the 1970s.
"Go for It, Baby (Kioku no Sanmyaku)" is the 50th single by Japanese rock duo B'z. It was released on June 1, 2011. The song debuted at #1 on the Oricon chart, selling 143,000 copies in its first week. With this single, B'z has remained on top of the charts for a total of 63 weeks, breaking a record and tying up with female pop duo Pink Lady. The song was used by Pepsi as a jingle, the second time they did it with a song by B'z (the first having been with their 2011 single "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo").
In 2011, they came back as B'z with the forty-eighth single "Sayonara Kizu Darake no Hibi yo", which is written and used as a commercial song for Pepsi NEX. They have released their eighteenth studio album "C'mon" on July 27, 2011, which featured forty-ninth single "Don't Wanna Lie". "Don't Wanna Lie" is the theme song used for "". In summer 2011, B'z will continue their live-gym tour with additional stops in North America: Vancouver, San Francisco and Los Angeles. A Fall 2012 North American tour has been confirmed for San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Silver Spring, New York City, and Los Angeles. The B'z shared their first English language songs with American audiences on their North American tour. Matsumoto explained, "This will be our fourth U.S. tour. We love playing for American audiences, and are excited to share our first English-language release with our fans."